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EFTA. BLISHED 1865- NE,W EM T
SAYMWEEK, . A V2 A80
2 cases ShirLing prints jtit
2 balos 4 ' Shirting short lo
2 cas a 4 4 bleached cloth a
')0 pieces black Sattine shor
5 " I lndigo blue Calico
25 " 10-4 unbleached Sli
25 "la" leachod Shoe,
100 " John P. King Drill
100 " Newherry Mills Shir
5 S0 " Coltonalos rogular
: qualily now .
50 " Cottonados regulai
qality now .
AGUINALDO IS WHIPPED,
IimS Tii W HIT1C FLAG AND ASKS
TEHRMS FORt SURRUtNDERt.
Sp4msHi Fin1iloh-Sein two oftlcerm whin
IWO Mindhy Ie (i iVed Ani41 Uondulctf-d to
Gei& Otim. at aiHi'na, to Negotliatto for
Manila, April 28.-As was pro
dicted, the capture of Calumpit by
the Ampricaus broke tho back bone
of the insurgent cause and the cap
tare was made by such daring skill
and was such a remarkable military
acihievemnnt that Aguinaldo lost tic
time in hoisting a flag of truce and
making overtures for cessation of
Col. Manual Arguelpses and Lieut.
Jose Bernal, chief of General Luna'i
staff, entered General McArthur'i
lino early today bearing a flag of
truco. They were en routo for Ma
nila 1 y train to confer with General
Otis regarding terms of surronder.
Arriving at Manila, Colonel Man
nel Argoeliesson and Lieutenant Jose
Bornial told General Otis that they
were representatives of General Luna
tand had been requested by Aguin
al,o to ask General Otis for a cessa
ti;>n1 of hos.tilities in order to allow~
time for tho summoning of the Fil
ipino congress, which wvould docide
whether t ha peoplle wanted peace.
3enieral Otis replied that he did
not recognize the oxistence of the
There wvill be another conference
When the flag of truce was first
raised the Fil ipine oflicors wa lked
down the railroad track to a Kansas
regimient outpost at 91 o'clock this
morning. The Kansas captain ir
command thore escorted them tc
Gienerail WVhteaton's hieadquarters
whre they were p)rovidled with
horses and sont to the headquartert
of General McArthur. The~ latter
invited the Filipinos to lunchon
arnd conversed with them for some
tme. He refused, however, to spenk
athoritatively on the subject of thoir
T1he Fiilipinos were then oscort.ed
by Major Maloney, of General Mc
Aithsur's staff, to Manila, reachin
that place at ;3 o'clock p. mn. (ien
eral Otis's aide, Lieutenant Sladen,
was awvait ing their arrival at the
depot with a c.arringo in which they
wvere driven to the palace entrance.
They woero escorted directly to the
ollic of General Otis.
Jacob GA. Schurman, p)rosident of
the Philippino commission, and the
Hion. Chas. Doenby, member of t hr
commission, soon joinled tbe party
Then news of the rwrrival of t he
Filipino ollicors under flag of triuce
spreadl throngh the city rapidly and
many officers gravitated to the corri
dors of the palace while a crowd of
natives gathered in the square op
po'sito the palace.
At 5 o'clock the Filipino oflicers,
espcoretd by Lieutenant Sladen and
*Maior Maloney, left the palace.
opened 21c yard 100 dozen boys'
[igth 21, " 40(3 cut noV
Lightly 100 Umbrellas a
30 " 100
b length .15 " 100
only 4( " 50 pieces now bl
[voting 1lc " 35c quality
bing 13.10 " 100 pieces kid C
4, " our price
ting 45 " 150 pieces EIbr
I2.c Go our pric
250 pieces Embi
e160 7j our prict
300 pieces Embi
.121e " 121c onr pr
Verdict Was Reached
In Nineteen Minutes,
OIiNMMiNT HI Jk) NO CASMC AGAINST
istriet Aitoriy (Ive It - W i iI
to Withdraw Promectilon hteforo
Ce 'We-t Io thiry-'uio rtm
Uoma raudle-t .
(Special to The State.)
Greonville, April 28.-Whon tho
United States court mot this morn
ing the district attorney ainounced
that the -government had closmd its
case against the citizons of McCor
mick, who were under indictment for
conspiracy. The defenso examined
at half dozen witnesses and one of
the defendants among them, Mr.
Dunlap, who testified in regard to
the interview at Tolbert's house when
ho and others gave assurance to Tol
bort that he would be protected at.
McCormick for a reasonable time,
but that hey feared violence from
men who might como from other
Communitivs. Some of I ie witnesses
flatly contradicted Tolbert's evidence
on several points. The district at
torney raised the question its to the
conspiracy relatimg to Tolbort as a
government oflicial or as an individ
ual and said ho woul w(~it hdraw~ the
prosecution if the court ~wuld hold
that he,was involved as an oil'cial.
Judge Birawley said that tbe jury
must deterin e I he mtattor on the
evidonee and it wvas not. for him to
decide. An effort to agroe upon the
time to bo consumed ini the argument.
Judge Brawvley's chmargo occupied
half an hour in which he itmde gen
eral remarks upon01 the duty of the
juries to maintain the law and pun
ish the guilty regardless of all con
siderations other thana the evidence.
Th'e jury retired at .12.30 and afte1
an absence of in et een mianutes re
turned ith a verdlict of unot guilty.
The defendants were discharged
from custody and received warm con..
gratulations of their friends on all
sidles. The verdict was a foregono
conclusion, n.e the government utterly
failed to connect the de'fendlants with
the conspiracy chatrgedl ini the1 indict
"'The Lord has sent me!"' qju,,t h
the missionairy, iminmediately ho set
foot upon the tropic strand.
Here a venerable savage ad.drosed
"Didn't I tell you lhe Lord would1
provideo?" he exelaimed.
T1hWn they fell to and atto the mis1
sionary, atnd their simple faith was
much confirmed1 by thle incidlout.
Eor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bignature of / M
knee pants wore I ea
to - 25 o pair 1
.nd Parasols now only 35(. 100
44 49 19 4 7 5el
" " " 750. 1 ca
ack dres goods reguliar
11W . . 25c. I ca
:ambric others ask you 5c
- - . 3 C. 1eca
Aidori's others ask you
-oiderios others ask you ]00
- .c. 100
oidories others ask you 100
BEFORE THE COURT.
MAN CH11GE WIT11 11U41OJLAIZINO
Novel UComo Ii Spreivie Vuart-The Prira
ehple of Law Ir violved IN Whether a Dog
N a Pirco of PrtroaiLl Propi-rIy.
An iiteresting case is soon to
collie 11) ill the Stato Siiprem Court.
ut princi)lo involved is -Is a dog
such11 proporty as.4 is the subjoet . ('f
larceny ?" Tho.,question is seeming
ly fin insignificant one, but it iats
nover beon dt4ermined dlfinitely in
the coirts of this State.
On July 16, 1SU8, Geoorge Lang
ford onterod tho dog 1houso of Mary
Nichols, at Nowborry, about 10
o'clock at night, "foloniiously aind
burglariously with intent to steal
the goods and eliatt-s of Mary
Nichols," and "with forceo and arms'
did steal Oto flog of the vialuo of
Thcse wns not trid inl tho cir
cuit court. its L:mgford's attorie "S,
Johnstono & Welch, m1iov0d that Ill
indictlimnt be quahedili oin th o groin I-ds
"th. al) d.g iot such pr'ope'rty as5
in the crminal law is the subjet of
larceny, and1( ther.'foro there cain be
"Tiho second counrt doe4s not allege
thait the 'said( (log hiouis' wasi withlini
200 yards of, and ap)purtonanit to,
the dwelling house, and1( henco comn.
p)ounId larceny could not be comn
His Honor, Judge Geo. WV. Gage,
quallshedM the indictment for the fol -
"'Burelairy of tbo dlog house ap
par1ltenanlt to the dlwellinlg with in
tout to steal the goods and chaittels
of a persohi namiued.
"'COmnd1111I urelny. A i-tein rg'
of a clog ini the niight timeii, worthI
$10, from a dog hiouuse, and1( Clm
b)raced1 in t he last is pet]it laLrceny3.
"'I hold, firist., th at, larceny cannIot
1)0 commIlitte'd of a (log; that the in
tent. to steail goods and' ehattels,
charged ini thle first count, necessa
ri ly inmplies the stecalIinrg of a (log, he
caus18 from ai (log hlouse5~, and14 that the
olfonlse of burglary is thIor.3foro not
"I hold, furl her, that it is niot com-.
pound larceny to steal from a (dog
"I hold, lastly, that no0 petit lam
cony of a dlog can he comm it ted, but,
if so, thli mangistrato has concurrenIt
juirisdict ion, arnd thle caise is t riablle
by that ollicor and onght niot. to b)e
Solicitor Sense entered an aippeal
on thre groundcs that a (log is the siub
ject of larcony as much as aniy other
personlal pro~prty~; andc tha~ the caso
was a matter for proof anId should
have gone1 to the juriy.
The suorarnln conet hian (li.Oim
Fo whitO lanWIs mhort, lengths goiig a
piecos colordi Organdis, just,
openek-d, ask to see them.
so whito bud spreads, the best. inl
South Carolina .
4o vlito Bod SpreldH, the best, inl
so White Bd Spreads, thm host, inl
dozol iadies' ('aizo Vest. now only
66 64 fi It
" Towels 0111 sido show compot
i(ors 118k oN I 5n M imlilnatugi'm priceo
that Ihe "owlner cf a dog has such a
properLy thereiin ts to ont,itl him to
recover or a wroniigful injury thero
to " This doci.ionl was filed by Jus
ticm Jonvs in the cli'm o( Salloy vs.
ho Mance wstor and Angtista Rail
way collimpany. The plaintilT brought
suit agamtst tho railroad companly
for damnages for running ovor a dog.
The dcision says:
"Whether dogs in this Stato may
be thle subJect of such completo pro
p3rty as wiNoilbl m11ako the stealing of
thom larcony has not boon vxpressly
decidled." 1310 justick) Jonles opined
that as dogs aro assessed for taxa
tion theroforo "thorc is legislativo
recogration of dogs ats piersoial pro
perty capable of valuation. What the
law taxes as personal proport.y, it
will tax a s )Ih."
The latter case wits romanded to
the circuit coutr,t for trisl, and from
this it is probable that the supreme
court, will decidu that stc fing a dog
in the fight timaio from 1pvimiss iap
purtenaint to a dwollill" is burglary.
"TheLI Count.ess Emliat,"' Anthony
Hope's now~ romlanice, is begun inl tihe
Art. of [istenhinIg to a Sermnon"' iniau
gurates the first, of the series of ar1
ticles ont thiepuilpit and1( the pQw h)v
11an Malaurenc. Anrot her ntotatbie fea".
ture of the samle 1i8110 is "Thbe Secrn ti
of a H[app)y Life," by the Rev. Newv
eli D)wight Hillis, D). D)., pastor of
hlas become ai reguilar co0n1tributtor to
the Jou rnal. P auli Leicest er Focrd
writes "Thiue Anaecdotail Sid of Gieorge
Wasingt.on,'' reconting some of the
best buft least-known s ories of tile
"'Fathe r of H- is Co u,'t ry."' Viola
Alen dIraws upon01 her own riebh store
of expe~rienice to tell "' \ liat it MEanis
to h)o an1 Actn+c'S,"~ and(1 Jo.sopif EdXgar
Chamb11eicrlain1 iLlt rodudces ' "Holon Kl.
lor a1s She Real ly Is,'" giving somea
iterestinug giillpses of this ma11rvel.
On )i ho (editorial pag Ediwardl Iok
Itrealts of th prdetty3 Amiiericani girlsI,
and1( discoulrses Oin thle moUst be(lovedl
womien of the cenltury. THe fei
nUIin wrdrobie is conisidered inl (lab1
Orate deitaiil, t he airt icIlesbing b)y the
bes't fashion w ritIors-and1( ill ustraltedt.
"Them Biiinlg of thle 81hip"' is the
thome of t he sixthi of W. ,. Long
fc oo's poems,3 am11 p 1iet('rill feat .ares
oif prattical inte'rest are "Natu're's
GJardon,'" "T'he IPret tie.st Country
Homes1(' in Amitericat,"''i "tist ic Arb)ors
and1( Summiner H.>ulses"' and( '"The Fliag
in thme Chuirch."' Mairia Palion ini
autguirates ai n0w d1epaitrt.imentt, "House18
hold H1(ps andtic Nc'w Ideas1(,"' and1
Mrs. S. TI. ?orr gives8 thle minuls of
"'Lit tie Dinniers by Fighiteeni of My
GirIs'" and wi*tes of "'Milk: Its Uiso
and1( A buse.'' II. inn W\at.te'rson Moody
I hll ines "The(3 Trn man :cing of MothI
eirhood,"' and1 Mrs. Holuybprey con-.
ribte(s her second a rticlde on "'How
to be Pretty Though Plain.'" In
short, thle Mal y Jonurnal hais appa-11
rent ly ant Iiit ed every need31 thatt
(can tirisi' ini thei home.'. By thle Cur
pia1. One0 th,liar po(r yeair; ten cenits
t "c. SIHOES AND SIA
Wo ha1vo oenough Shoes for
W01ani1 illd child ill No
45v.(. Our low prices and good goc
tho pvoplo hero forty
5 casms Slipperm, just ,opvned
4Ic. 46 49
Ask for Drv Solby Shoos au
'I IM Beef Court of Myitery.
(Washington EveningNows,April 25.)
Whatl can ill tho Beof Court mn110fu ?
It is prls blibly composod of oflicoirs
anld gmntlemnl, and, ostensibly, sit.
ting to learn tho truth of tho army
ration sclndalm. Whiat., thi'n, caln bo
the meaning of its dotormination to
oxcludo tho roport of Colonol (1ar
liugton, which, to tho unprejudiced
outsido mind, appears to sottle tho
ombalmod boof controversy beyond
Rkly proadvontureY Garlington is a
worthy ind traiied olicer of the In
spector Gcncral's Departmnt, mnd
has to honorably escaped tho taint, of
Algerism in his militiary career that.
his word ought to bo taken is gos
pol am111ong hiH coarades of tho rogii
Mar service. W are afraid that what
ordinary observers would tiko to bo
him crodentials in this regard arcl con -
sidered discredliablo under th pros
ent regimlo. (arlington 11s suc
CoOdod ll 1111 ilathinlg al(] xposing
10ho vory cond;tion of things that
Geniiral Milos allegod to oxist: 1rgo,
his roport is rejected by tho Courit,
ats it is said to .huvo been proviously
suippressed by Alger.
YetL it is a iild and 11 harmless (1<c
umenot., wh ich is innoceut of a single
chatrgo (If mlliscond(uct, or* een of in.
oiliciency, aiginst any mortal soul.
I Oh oly relates t ho ant hor's Oxperience
in ascertaU iig t ho truth abou1)1t maut
teors thaot the1 Beef Court hals boon
sullpposedly aitXous to inivest igatto.
We uniderstan t1110hat it include11s cor
11ain demonst rations wihich mnighit ho
uncom11fort able for t.ho paickers of car
rionl and1 the1 canneuiirs of loat hsomei
mneat p)ulpj; but wo' (1o not believo 1t.
conItan a1181 seniton,ce that cou (1ld o
sibly hurtii an honet buOtcher or cnon
tractor. If it. makeos it lain that
thle chiIcails (litnotd (1inI t ho dis
gusting anima ma~1 iitter forced upon01
A merican soldliers, woro of t heo sovo
rall sorts regiulatrly bough t ini large
quatiiitit jes by meat. packers, t he Court
ouight to ho ghail to receivo t ho ovi
donco. Thaiit is t ho kind of thIingv
the pubI1lic aissumeid it to ho ogn
gnzdfor, anrgaolyju t.o
awavikoning to a senso0 of mnistaikes as8
If Colonol (Gar:lingtoni has been1
able to provo t hat t ho allegedl caInned
"'roast beef,"' purchased inl tri loads01(
wit hout insp)ct Iin, and1( withi conl5s
teut i rreguilarity, was comnposed of
the dotrit us of hanks frill Iof ciarcanssos
from wh1iich heef ext ract had ben
made(1, the Court should( hail that i
formiation, as corrob)oraitionl of whatd
isl general op,inioni.
IBt thei only chem1ien11 among t ho
manily chairgl'd ini the nautional ind(ict.
rnenit and( withI them e Pof which
(everyb)ody is fm n iliar, that Coloneol
(Gairi ingtoni hats not discoverod, is
pioral)o iitakie. If heo could haivo
found any of thait, or barrels or
ocOians of it,. te) vidon'ien of tiha flit
This is ryll
VVIN lillkl qlulityV of
oit, of didi
111s aro rinuginug o(
an Id fifty miles o o.
, prico C1, r I
itii Two 111drod Ah1
ii e'(lit, olil pl-jeo
"6 $1.2. will 8011 yoll it
"t" $1..clotlg s
uitOr loyl to liej~ow rtht it 1lowe
Aii (ieuwht Y~\ifI yo want the
would havo boollnaccept'id wvith joy
and gliadnisvs; with truinpots, liko
wiis, aid t;sedhwms. Othors Inay bo
lnoef loyal to fhl powor that, elln1 b).l
Htow flit plactlH fuld villollilivitp Ii
ahu whitowash will bo fortcom lienl fig.
Ther will bo 1 delugo of it.
And thenl whatr Will tho naition
bo salisfiod'? Will tho truth1, ats it.
hals appoarmd hmfort) tho Bvvf Court,
logo ills fr-ihfful Significaneor WVill
at niunlorous criinm agantit. hlvploss
$Amorican troopH ho for-got,toll afuld for
givonl by timi. liorrowinig friollIs atild
indigiftaitt fol low -coullt ry Inoll? \\ait
and i ov!
hOU111IiN I'llItllHA.IS S. '. & (IA.
Vi n otrol at Oeae-'rper!y Will Ion Op.
et a Cel' i harletlosi Dlviv in tr So mitit
ora itanit y--Wviii Ps oia y I ' lt,
s4'1t)"Ihly Lih,e til1 to W0141
Charlvston, S. C., A pril '>).- Th
dlI bvtwel tho Southern raihway
and tho South Carolina and (loorgia
for tho purchilso of thi lit(tor rfil
ronA has bevvn coi, -nmmauted. \'ico.
F?residvent. Acdrtmws find AMhrmv
A hoy, of th h Smiul hrin, a1r 1in
Charlostoi today a. it imt1t1ing of
the stockhohlrs of t he Sont hi Catro
lin atal Geor0tgiai Theu termis of thet
purha wrel 1( V4I not, gi venIO ot. It is
undi(ersf.oodl the Stouthen will ter 1
'I'ho 1(ea15 of the Sout b Carioliina
and Ge'otgia t)o tho Sothr cariiii(41ries
wvith it absnoluto corit r'ol of t ho Augnus
ta Soutijhern line, but1 thei4 Ohio tive'r
ar181 Charlilston, t ho ofther 1leased line
of the South Catrolinau amil Georgia
road, is inot inichied in i.ho dheal.
Orders worO att one(n4 issued'( from the
\Vaishinigt on atri1 N ow York oilices of
t,bo( Soutn110i sysh 4ii conitiniiinia Ox.
istiri ! ofilits of t i.- lhs a d line's irn
sorviPe andit direct in r themti to tjoot
to theC pr1ioerfiii tuirio'ntfs of thle
Th le (1eal is reogardedil i hrei with
muchel favor* b y t i0he tusiness intetrests5
of t ho city, ea.secial ly 11s arineos il iQ
Charlestotn : tol D4 itinho ii loiliing
Souithierni rilw ay termcinlu po(itt
trorn t his t il mo oi. \'ieo- I 'nesiudent
A. i(. And(1r44ws said ton ighit t hat the
SouthI Caroliuna wouild be4 e<piupped
att once0 withi stool ril s atid t ho miost.
impllr(ved roll ing stoch. Thiroiugh
passenget.~(rs t ratins wvil be 1pu )t on bo
twooni thut eily antd the8 iedoniJt
sectioni of Carolina andti at through
freighlt serviceu sin Asheovill0e wiIll b
tho i\lissM5issii valb-y. AllI inidien
1ions poin t to thle f,.et that. Chiar
lostonI is abot, t. b'come Oih e bod01iin
South At lnte lat of the4 Southern1
90 DECPAlRTM.IEN 1'.
I aro (10ling ( ht( bIlISItSs, dho
Ir gooids IIIr( up itkol tho
,to old goods ouit of Style,
p, nothing but. Ip-to dato
i's Silits SqIuaro or round
%n'S Suits :(luIaro or roumd
' - $d.C))
quit lit $7.")( tha1t. ther Iegular
-IM aisk vol i ton dollar bill.
oIFi 'oil for los,.
1108 your Iloli.) will huy
1colln!!! to Mimugihil's.
411011 A >V1ICE '14) NEMR0114,
Il,ocer Whi t,iigic,l l'- It' tim Negri 14)
VtII, fat 11141 m i i t ,I Wo V lit 4 De.m o.
Thm1) m ost, senIisib Io tid practical
Oegro of pruominvlnco ill t110 South in
pirof. Bookor T. Wasihington of Tus
koge Ala., and ho is thoroughly in
10)II4nd1nt, inl hiS ViVW9. Inl anslWor1
mg tho rIeI1lv of i promiioit col
>rod nin in Nortli Caroina its to
valt, shoild I dmo to a1lty tho
rosmA colflict betwoonl tho rale.s,
1)rofC. \VashlIL"tonl clol rly IldiHn
hIimi too 111dw alliane with (ho t.riuim
Altid Doimocrlcy. Ho miays in the1
"I 11Mo 1IV( i1n1(iiig In1YHolf latOly
iomeo ralter serionti questions, aid I
vat to put (Inlo or two of thoml to
011. I th101erli1t.' Iay On11or1 why (11
)(%groe%s in tho South should contiilo
0 Oppos(I tho Soulthorn whiito mlan in
iis Ioliis is not. this the sourco
>f nevarly all our trouiblosy Uncon
icionsly wi SIell to livo gotton th)
doln into our1 blood( anId bonlos that
vo Ir Oinly a:g ill a Iily wiy
V1hm1 wV0 (ili O-,Oil bouher- whito muen
v II our voteH.
"61 li(v i tt A overnor Johnston,
>f A.lbansIl is ju1t as11 good at frienid
o I tohe blk man11 1a8 lHn. \Vmi.
ontiiglIoo I, of AXlabamahl i. 11.on. \vmir.
0hIlowers, and1 Govern1or .Johnslton
111s aboli1 t it )),t li)t) wb1111 foll owers ill
\Ilbanut. \Vhy shlold wo4 follow
r. Vonnglood with his 400t white
ollowers ra1the4r than1 G overnior John
ihuln with his8 dt)0,t)00 followers wheni
1o pIrliniple4 is att statko ?
"\Vhy1 ist it thait te netgro in Cuba
118 1 srpast8- t 11s itI ett-linig his ralco
probJ'lm 18 Iiit niot because18 the
nan11's initorest I hir~t OWin ?
"'I r oxamp(11lt, 8suppos108 doi ing thlt
(gIl 'i 1on of 11he freom101 of Cuba
h11 negr~o hadc colt tillu1ed to esponso8
hoI cause8( of Spai ii nstond)1( of the4
-atu1se of I h4 wh1it 4s inl Cuba)t y Wold
lofth wh0~Vlite4( Cubans 1 hai tvo grown
lirious agins1t1 theo blac1k mani1 ill
"1I n 84om11 way13, by) some1( mIot.hod, u o4
vhore1t it will coaso8 to fool tha 111 lio(
mily waty for it to 8succeed is to op
>4oovrtinlg SuIggesteor ( put11
th I by th1e S'toutr w.h ito man11.
"This8 1 co0nsidor on11( oIf our reail
>robb4'Ims. I con1fe8-s that1 pe4rsonlly
ha IvI brouIght I my'sef whol01ly to 1tho
>01int, that(1 1 ,shoui&Ild ko to s(e4 the
vhIole race4 get 1to, but,1 I mloroly as8k
hose1 41j14s11lons I.' pUt 3'0u to thIirik.
rig alIong Ihe lines 1144 if you haivo niot
dir(ead(y betguni to do 8(o.
"'II44 4 I4 hoiev ta Ihere1( are( tOIHsands
>f wh1iitt) I)onocrats8 ill North Caro.
141iVIa who' r t 0 pr cenit. botter
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